Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 6, 1963
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mans Depart After Elm wood Visit ILMWOOD - Mr*. Margaret fteton and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woods and family of Laconda, Calif., who had been visiting their daughter and sister and family, Mrs. George Ennis, left Sunday night for Weyauwega, Wis., to visit their son and brother, Le Roy ireton and family. Attend Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ennis and family And Mr. and Mrs. Woods and family and Mrs. Ireton of La­ eonda, Calif., Lucilc MoroVak •nd Marylin Moody of Elmwood, attended a family dinner at Country home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bliss of Yates City Sunday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Darrcl Blazer and family of Taylor Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor and family of Yates City, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ireton and family of Sycamore, Mr. and Mrs. James Ireton and family of Grosse Point Woods, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ireton and family of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bliss and family of Rockford and Jerry Benson of Maquon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey visited the family of Willis Moody at Wilton's Mortuary in Peoria Monday evening. Miss Peggy Bernard is spending two weeks in Boulder Junction, Wis., with Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Vest and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones of Kickapoo were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernard received word that Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond Bedford and sons of Ft. Greeley, Alaska, who had been visiting the Howard Bernards and Other relatives, have arrived at their new post at Tacoma, Wash. New Yorkers Are Greeted At Toulon TOULON—Mrs. E. O. Carney and children Mark, Suellen and Steven, of Staten Island, N.Y. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Milburn. Mrs. William Mills and five children of Columbus, Ga., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hazel Egert. Mrs. Mills' husband Sgt. Mills is stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga. Lyle Elliott and Dan Carrington have returned from a trip to Florida. On Sunday Lyle took part in the drum and bugle contest in Peoria in connection with the VFW convention. He plays with the Winfield Scott Rebel's Drum and Bugle Corps of Maywood. The corps took first place. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! BUFFET Thursday - Friday • Saturday Serving 6 to 9 P.M. — $3.25 HARBOR LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB ANNOUNCING Along with our regular Dinner Hours Our New After Theatre Menu Serving from Midnight 'til 2:30 While at Marando's Dance ft Listen to CLYDE MeCOY and Hi* Orchestra Milan, HI. Dial imni HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's , AtiiMttitotti rniDAt Paul Rjcllander. Abingdon. John Orally. 408 W.Tfiifd St. Dominiek Flaeco, Abingdon. Mrs. Harold Allen, Maquon. Todd Mitchell, 1184 N. Cedar St. .Tames BauRhman, Lake Bracken. Mrs. Forrest Kllpalrtck, Mo Day St, Lit Anne Day, Abingdon. Mrs. rtuth Tanner, 60 Walnut. St. Mrs. R. Stuart Likely, Alexis. Mrs. Van n. Mahaney. Williams-* field. DISMISSALS miDAY John 3. Orawey, Oalesburg Route 2. Mrs. Mabel Erwln, Abingdon. Mrs. Leone Peterson, 160 Sumner St. , Mrs. Melvln Morris. Abingdon. Frank Mathews, 714 Day St. Mrs. Terranee Hoben, 383 W. South St. | Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Michael L. Dunn, 1240 Grand Ave. Marilyn K. Shlpp, 1384 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. H. Jane Staffel, 1550 Russell Ave. C, Herman Johnson, Victoria. Mrs. Pansy H. Poison, 248 N, Whlteshoro St. Mrs. E. Dclorcs Ross. 014 W. North St. Terri L. Armstrong, 676 Maple Ave. Mrs. Jane E. Snider, 154 Lincoln St. Klmbery S. White, Lake Bracken. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs, Joyce A. Danlelson, Oalesburg Route 3. James F. Cooper, Cambridge. Walter E. Roller, 1251 E. Main St. Clyde K. Peterson Jr., Abingdon. Mrs. Bernlce J, Pennington, Williamsfield. James E. Davis, 1054 E. North St. Mrs. 11a M. Purl and baby, 1763 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Janice A. Swanson and baby, Galesburg Route 1. Ray O. Alexander, Monmouth. Wayne A. Thurman, Maquon. N. Henderson Dinner Party- Entertained NORTH HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Humes entertained guests for dinner Sunday. They were: Mrs. Madge McReynolds of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hiett, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wenstrom and Lori, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. David Filbert and family of Port Byron, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van De Velde and family of Rock Island. They helped Mrs. McReynolds celebrate her birthday anniversary. North Henderson Briefs Nancy and Larry Humes visited the weekend with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Chaney at Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Humes, Nancy and Larry were dinner guests Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Nellie Crouse at Galesburg. Other guests were Mrs. Lena Ramsey and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. William Chaney and Babe Horaney, of Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Williams and family of Monmouth. They helped Mrs. Ramsey and Linda celebrate their birthday anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moats of Wataga were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Susan and Edward visited Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McMullen at New Windsor. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Susan and Edward we/e supper guests of Mr._ and Mrs. Bert Wells at Alpha Monday. GalesburQ Regjster^Mdfl, Golesbum, Ml. Saturday, July & 9 COMMANDS UNIT—Rick Hudson as wing commander of a SAC Base and his wife (Mary Peach) spend Intimate moments In the shadow of the Red Telephone from which he must never he more than six rings away. The film is "A Gathering of Eagles," story of the Strategic Air Command's constant alert to possible attack. Rod Taylor and Barry Sullivan are co-starred in this picture now showing at the Orphcum Theater. Yates City News Notes Recalls Pitcher BOSTON (UPI) - Joe Shipley, a right-handed pitcher who saw previous service with Chicago, was recalled from the White Sox' Indianapolis' farm club today. Shipley compiled a 10-3 won-lost record with the International League club and had a 2.81 earned run average. MAMIE'S RESTAURANT 72 S. Cherry St. Re-Opening JULY 15th FAREWELL PARTY Friday and Saturday Nite SAM'S VILLAGE INN RTE. 41 YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. j Donald Goodyear and his mother, Mrs. Glenna Goodyear of Peoria, j spent Sunday with Mrs. Ethel Ramp and the Claire Goodyear family. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook of Pekin visited in the Kenneth Runyon home Wednesday and wefe accompanied home by their granddaughter, Janet Runyon, who spent a few days in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Laurell Knox motored to Peoria Sunday to take their daughter Mary Lou back to her duties in that city. Mrs. Ray Mottaz, Teddy, Steve, Jeff and Jeanene of Victoria spent Saturday with her 1 mother, Mrs. Ethel Dikeman. Miss Martha Tolbert visited her cousin, Donna Tolbert of Phoenix, Ariz., in Galesburg recently. Mr. and Mrs. Neal French, Kim and Jim of Thomason, Ga., are vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. James French. Ronnie Hess of Decatur, who returned from Germany, spent Sunday in the Frank Gorham home. Terry Yar'de left for Air Force Base, Salina, Kan., after spending 30 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Yarde. He had been at Air Force Base in Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ralston and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Watters and Christie, of Yates City, and Mr. and Mrs. ' Glenn Boyd and Barbara of Peoria spent two days boating on the Mississippi River. Mr. and Mrs. Mario Goff of Lake Zurich spent two days with her parents, Mayor and Mrs. A. L. Rector. Mr. and Mrs. Royce Harmon and family left Sunday for a vacation in Colorado Springs, Colo. Harold Ford, Ann and Greg of Peoria, Saturday, had dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ford. , Mrs. Beulah Craig of Galesburg spent a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartman. Visit In Florida Mr. and Mrs. William Norton and family are vacationing in Florida. Capt. William Root left for Sheppard Field in Texas, after being called home by the death of his mother-in-law, Mrs. William Hale, last week. Mrs. Bernard Thurman entered the Graham Hospital in Canton Saturday for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Thompson and family left for Phoenix, Ariz., to spend their vacation. Mrs. Maiy Keene returned home from Florida, where she spent a week with Mr. and Mi's. William McKibbon and Mx*. and Mrs. John B. Swrtzer. ^ Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ethel Dikeman were Mr. and Mrs, Dean Simkins, Ann, Norma Jean and Mike of Knoxville and Mr. and Mrs, Reldon Bigger, Randy and Peggy Sue of Media. Mr.'and Mrs. Fritz Grover and Jay of Celina, Ohio, were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector. Mr. and Mrs. Grover left for a vacation in Fort Worth, Tex. Jay joined his brother Kevin, who has been spending some time in the Rector home. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Cooper, Perry and David and Mrs. Sadie Cooper and Gail, of Maquon, Sunday, had dinner with John Higgins and Mae Line in Alexis. Ernest Sandall of Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex., is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Mildred Sandall, and other relatives. He will go to Little Rock, Ark., when he leaves. Don Brenrtan of Farmrngton celebrated his birthday July 1 and had dinner with the Rodney Blodgett family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Booth, Sara Jean and Richard Lee, Sunday, had dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Booth in Little York. Lynn Sherman, who had been a patient in Cottage Hospital, returned to his home Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys Willett of Galesburg spent the past week with Mf. and Mrs. Walter Dikeman. They motored to Peoria, where they had dinner with their brother, Grover Wertz, and wife. Botanist Richard Haydn reveals to Captain Bligh (Trevor Howard), right, and Fletcher Christian (Marlon Brando) that they have arrived in Tahiti during the dormant season of the breadfruit In this scene from "Mutiny on the Bounty," now showing at the West Theater, The spectacular Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer presentation was filmed in Ultra Panavision and Technicolor in Bora-Bora, Moorea and fabled Tahiti. Winola Unit Employs Two New Teaeherc NEW WINDSOR—The Board of Education of the Winola Community Unit has announced the employment of two teachers for the coming year. Miss Arlene Gochanour of Grandview, Iowa, will teach mathematics in the high school in Viola. She is a graduate of Marycrest College and has had Movie Calendar •ATVftOAV-ttfflBAV, Jtfi¥ ft*? dftfWetfMt "A Gatheflfti < Eagles," 1:90, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 IfV wllf: "'"Mutiny 6ft thi Mouflty,* 1:30, 4:60 and 0:10 p. in. only. considerable experience In tfW fields of business and banking. Wayne Ault of Monmouth, • former teacher in Watson, Mo,» will teach business education. He holds a degree froftl fafkio College, Tarkio, Mo., and is doing graduate work this sufWttef at Western Illinois University. Ault is married and has a small daughter. New Henderson Grove R-M Correspondent Announced RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out seryle* Call 342-2413 Open Daily mt 5 P.M. OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Serving Complete Dinners for $1.00 Choice of BAKED HAM or SWISS STEAK or FRIED CHICKEN Hill Arcade Cafe Hill Arcade Building Albuquerque Couple Visits Wataga Home WATAGA — Mr. and Mrs. Art Meiers and Lynn of Albuquerque, N. M., have been visiting recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Frampton of Wataga. Mrs. Pearl Dunn of Galesburg is also in the Frampton home. She is the mother of Mrs. Meiers and Mrs. Frampton. The Meiers have also visited relatives in Galesburg and Moline. HENDERSON GROVE — Mrs. Frank Douglas of Galesburg Route 1 has been named Galesburg Register-Mail correspondent at Henderson Grove. She succeeds Mrs. Ed Peterson, who moved to Little York. Mrs. Peterson was honored at a farewell party by a group of neighbors. A large number of guests attended the wedding of Miss Connie Nelson and Philip Huff June 29 at the Messiah Lutheran Church. Miss Mary Hallberg of Columbia, Mo., arrived in the home of her parents, the Harry Hall- bergs, to attend the Nelson-Huff wedding. LCW met Tuesday for its monthly meeting in the Messiah Lutheran Church. Arriving in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Douglas, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Douglas' grandfather, W. C. DeGroot of Rockford, were Richard DeGroot of San Francisco, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde DeGroot, Mrs. W. C. DeGroot, David DeGroot, and Miss Martha DeGroot, of Rockford. Funera' services were held Tuesday a' Elmwood. An ice cream social, sponsored by the Luther League of the READ THE WANT ADS1 Messiah Lutheran held Sunday and tended. Church, was was well at- READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! DRIVE-IN |$i Exclusive m k Galesburg Showing s jERity LEWIS as THE MufHl PROFESSOR: B^i^P" • V (A Jerry Lewis Production) (Please do not meal the middle of this picture! What does he become? What kind of monster? KATHLEEN F DIRECTED BV .ERNEST 0. CLUCKSMAM-JERRY LEWIS.-. 8HL RICHMOND • JERRY LEWIS -1 Patwuni BBSS PLUS: 2ND LAUGH HIT!! Doors Open 7:30 Show at DUSK! COMING ^ THURS. 68UCE CABOT • JACK KIOOMDOO JOHN WAYNI in "DONOVAN'S REEF" ENDS TONITE R^nge^g, Released lfin\ UHITEO; ARTISTS STARTS TOMORROW MaroSuri r Candida r rank Sinatra aurence Harvey met Leigh an late ROXMCDTHRU AIR CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7: 30 Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL HELD OVER! Aboard a hell-ship ruled by tyranny and brutality! 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